Sunday, October 16, 2016

Zomtober Week 3


Another week down, and another Zomtober recap!  I am continuing to paint the Zombicide and Zpocalypse minis, similar to last week.  I have a few added zombies from Horroclix and two survivors as well!

Zpocalypse second (and final) batch
Zpocalypse Zombie Horde

Zombicide second batch (with purple highlights):
Zombicide Prison Outbreak, team purple!

Three Horrorclix zombies, first a 'Pod Zombie' from the Lab expansion, the other two are from Freakshow, "Zombie Vendor" and "Zombie Ventriloquist".  They will add a touch of character to things.  They have had their paint touched up, though the vendor is a bit of a conversion.  I removed his box of bottles and repainted his outfit to resemble a McDonald's outfit.
Pod, Vendor and Ventriloquist...is this a joke?
The pair of survivors are a touched up Horroclix "Big Red" and a Wargames Factory Survivors: The Women build.  I love the pose from Big Red, rolling up a sleeve and holding a fire axe.  The woman is apparently a female version of John McClane from Die Hard, as she is missing her shoes...
Big Red and "Joni McClane"
The zombies outnumber the living even more this week!
2 survivors and 20 zombies
Zomtober so far:
The horde grows!
It's been a great excuse to finish some painting and getting some new survivors made without a pressing need.  The Zpocalypse figs are finished off, now I will concentrate on the Zombicide minis.

Walking Dead comes back next week, gotta love Zomtober!

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    1. Thanks! It's been a good month so far.

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  2. Another great week's work, I really like the prison inmates.

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    1. Thank you. I like the Zombicide figs in general, and the inmates make a nice set of zombies.

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  3. You're a painting machine dude! Great stuff

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    1. It's all in the wash! If you get a good wash, it hides all kinds of mistakes and then convenient blood spatter takes care of the rest. At least they are painted!

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  4. Awesome amount of excellent quality painting - kudos! :)

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    1. Thank you! The quality is not my best, but it's acceptable for zombie hordes...

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  5. What corker of a post thats tons done. Well done dude!

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    1. Great, Thanks! Progress is being made, hopefully things keep rolling ahead!

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  6. Wow! You have gone on apace with Zomober! All good addditions and I do like yoour mass-production technique for the zeds.

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    1. Thank you! As I have said, it's all in the wash. For a large horde, the quality is acceptable, I spend a bit more time and effort of the more unique zeds, but I still follow the same basic steps, to keep a somewhat consistent look.

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  7. Nice! The zombie ventriloquist is one of my favourite horrorclix sculpts, by Brian Dugas iirc

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    1. At first I wasn't too sure about the ventriloquist, but as I was painting, the absurdity of the figure won me over. I agree it is one of the better sculpts they had.

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  8. Quantity and quality on display. Nicely done.

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